As some one who is always interested in how technology works to incorporate previous forms of writing, especially books, I think that this is a very unique and well-done Hypercard, thus making it quite and important historical artifact. I'm someone who really values classical literature and the form of books, and to use how the affordances of the Hypercard can extend the reading experience of the novel, especially a longer and denser piece of literature, like Dracula is very interesting to me. The layout of this Hypercard is very well done, and makes reading the novel very easy, the usage of interactive table of contents, and the aesthetic cover page also add to the reading experience. This is basically the earliest version of an e-book is it not? It also would mean that someone had to type out the entirety of Dracula, kudos to you! Mary Shelley would be quite impressed.